Luke 24's road to Emmaus and later appearance of Christ makes me wonder what passages He opened up for the disciples in Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms. Recently I heard it suggested that at the very least we should consider the passages that the Apostles apply to Christ - for instance the ones quoted on Pentecost in Acts 2.
This may be a stretch, but how about TDP's reading for Saturday - Reuben and Gad settling in Gilead. Could those tribes be a type of Christ? For He has come to His homeland of Heaven, but does not rest. He goes in front of us (Numbers 32:17) to fight for our promised inheritance.